Thursday, June 15, 2006

June 11, 2006

Sunday, June 11, 2006

11:20 LIVING ROOM NYT vows
11:21 Strung out on Love and Checked in for Treatment

3:15-18 SUBWAY Was Earning that Harvard MBA Worth It?
8:22-5 Libraries of Gracious Reading, for Members Only
8:25-9 Trading Places, and Saving a Bundle on Vacations
8:31-3 The Scent of a Co-Worker
8:35-9 After Long Hunt, US Bombs Kill Al Queda Leader in Iraq
8:40-1 Leading the Pack at 2AM
8:41-8 How Surveillance And Betrayal Led to a Hunt’s End
8:48-51 Zarqawi is Dead, but Weary Irquis Fear the Violence won’t Subside
8:51-4 Hollywood Stars Shine Down on Protest to Preserve an Urban Farm
8:55-6 Defiant to the End, DelayPats Himself on the Back and Bids the House a Torrid Goodbye
8:57-8 Going Onece, Going Twice: 84 Boxes of Mystery Props
9:01-2 Regeneration: 50 Photographers of Tomorrow
9:03-4 “louise lawler”
9:05-6 A job downtown for a banker with a broken heart
9:14-18 Suspect Fooled us, a Victim’s Sister Says
9:19-20 Operation Saves Mother, but a 330 Pound Baby is Stillborn
9:21-3I Saw a Deadhead Sticker on a Bentley
9:26-7 Mississippi Charm, with a New York Twist
9:28-9 A Beloved Wife Lives on in Memory, Through Roses
9:30-5 Taliban Surges as US Shifts Some Tasks to NATO
9:35-39 Three Prisoners Commit Suicide at Guantanamo
9:40 “my dog named sex”
9:41-9 Commutes of 1000 miles Grow a Bit Longer in Airline Industry
9:49- 55 When a Risque Online Perona Undermines A Chance for A job
9:57-10:02 At the Site of Bombing attack on Sarqawi, All that is Left are Questions
10:05 In Texas Town, Patients and Providers Find New Prescirption Durg Plan Baffling
10:07-8 Clan Calls Death of Martyr a Blessing
10:09-12 In Test Program, Whole Foods Becomes a Lobster’s New Best Friend
10:25 WSJ In Echo of Murder, two $1 Million Gifts Stir School Protests
10:35 Police Ask: Got Milk Crates?


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